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DEDICATION 



For her lively spirit, and because of her readiness to 
encourage us; for her warmth and friendliness which 
have made our Senior year one of our best years at 
Abbot; for her sincerity and complete understanding; 
and because she has been cheerful and sympathetic 
always, we, the Senior Class, gratefully dedicate our 
yearbook to Miss Dorothy Duff. 



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MARGUERITE CAPEX HEARSEY, Principal 
A.B. Hollins College; M.A. Radcliffe College; Ph.D. Yale University 



We have indeed missed Miss Hearsey 
this vear during her leave of absence 
from the school. Her presence and guid- 
ance were always a help and inspiration 
in our lives, both at Abbot and away. As 
she returns from a well-earned rest, we 
want to welcome her back to Abbot where 
she will always be loved and sincerely 
respected. Our hearts were with her during 
her absence and are filled with joy now 
that she is returning. 






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MISS TITTLE 

On Miss Hearsey's departure 

for her leave of absence from the 
school. Miss Lucile Tuttle, a 
former teacher in the English 
department at Abbot, returned 
to us to become Director of Resi- 
dence. At the very beginning of 
the year we marveled at the ra- 
pidity with which Miss Tuttle 
learned all our names, and as the 
year progressed we also saw how 
quickly she fitted into our lives 
and became to us a friendly, 
sympathetic and understanding 
adviser. She has gained our con- 
fidence and affection during this 
one short year among us. 



MISS SWEENEY 

In the absence of Miss Hear- 
sey, Miss Sweeney, in addition 
to her customary responsibilities 
as Director of Studies, has done 
a praiseworthy job as Acting 
Principal. The whole school has 
known a verv real sense of 
security in her quiet direction 
not only of our intellectual 
growth, but of our approach 
toward school life. 

Through her generous guid- 
ance we have been ever aware of 
the twinkling humor with which 
she has lent sparkle and gaiety 
to the serious moments of our 
Senior vear. 




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PAULINE H. ANDERSON Librarian 

A.B. Keuka College; B.S. in L.S. New York State College for Teachers, Albany 
riotous table; one of the girls; men; library blues 

GERMAINE AROSA French 

Prix ^'excellence de diction et de comedie, Paris; Middlebury College School 

of French 

" eet ees not written on my nose"; hilarious table; Charles Boyer cousin 

M. DOROTHY BAKER English 

St. Mary's College, Cheltenham, England; Member of the Royal Society of 

Teachers 

energetic stride; friendly and understanding; "let's wax eloquent!" 

MARIE MADELEINE BARATTE French 

B. es L. Universite de Rennes, France; A.B. Dumbermline High School, Scot- 
land; M.A. Edinburgh University, Scotland 
sieeet smile; afternoon walks; "speck as you write" 

HILDA RUBY BAYNES French 

B. es L. Universite de Paris; Diplome de L'ficole de Preparation des Profes- 
seurs de Francais, Sorbonne; Certificat de Phonetique de L'Universite de Paris 
weather prophet; faculty Vogue; "demandez en francais, s'il runs plait"; alarm 
clock 

JEAN HOPE BAYNES Financial Secretary 

cheerful; "faculty tables. . .ohhhhh"; ardent follower of current events 

ALFRED WARREN BURNS (THE REVEREND) Bible 

A.B. Bowdoin College; B.D. Episcopal Theological School 

"this little creature"; resemblance to 'Frankie'; encouraging letters on tests; just 
plain nice 



WILLIAM ABBOTT CHEEVER 

Boston Museum School of Fine Arts; Paige Travelling Scholarship 
swank convertible; goldilocks; le bon artist 



Art 



LOUISE LORING COFFIN Biology, General Science, Physics 

A.B. Radcliffe College; Graduate Study at the University of North Carolina, 
Harvard University 

siceaters and transoms; good-looking brother; prize-winning headdress; that school- 
girl complexion 





FACULTY 
1947 





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1947 





HOPE COOLIDGE Dietitian, House Supervisor 

A.B. Salem College; M.S. Teachers College, Columbia University 
'the Staff of Life'; Friday night onions; new car 

RAYMOND H. COON Pianoforte 

New England Conservatory of Music; Studied with Heinrich (iehhard, Boston 
mystery man; the 12:05 train in a flash 

MARY ELAINE DODGE Household Science 

A.B. Mount Allison University; B.H.S. McGill University 
odors under the Chem Lab; jerseys; "Don't you think you've eaten enough?" 

DOROTHY ANNIE DUFF, R.N. Resident Nurse 

St. Mary's Hospital for Children, New York City; Post Graduate of Manhat- 
tan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital 

"just a minute. . . "; "why don't you bake it?"; brown eyes and cute smile 

GWENDOLYN ELROY Physical Education 

Bouve-Boston School of Physical Education; B.S. Ed. Tufts College 
regulation outfits; Navy interest; posture poster 

KATE FRISKIN Pianoforte, Theory of Music 

Studied at Glasgow Athenaeum and with Sophie Weisse, D. F. Tovey and 
Tobias Matthay. Recitals in London, Liverpool, Glasgow, Boston, and New 
York 

inspiring concerts; "but dearie, finish what's on your plate!" 

MARY GAY History of Art 

Graduate Boston Museum School of Fine Arts; Studied in Paris with Lasar, 
Simon, Cottet, Menard, and Blanche 
Travel Bureau; interesting stories; "Spew"; searching questions 



(GRACE GOODMAN 

Melbourne College, England 

EDITH A. GRASSI 

A.B. Tufts College; M.A. Wellesley College 
"now at Tufts. . . "; our 'Junior Miss'; Simon 

JDeceased — December 21, 19-tG 



Secretary 
History, Latin 







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BERTHA MORGAN GRAY MRS. Dramatic Interpretation, Spoken English 
Artistic Diploma, Curry School of Expression 
rehearsal trouble*; sympathetic; "but you girls wouldn't know about that' 1 

ISABEL MAXWELL HANCOCK Mathematics 

A.B. Hollins College: Graduate Study at the University of Virginia, Boston 
University, and Harvard University 
twits and shoes; promptness (?); southern belle; "hare a seat"; night patrol 



MILDRED ALATHEA HATCH 

A.B. Boston University: Graduate Study at Boston University 
pleasant; modern ideas; helpful 



Latin 



WALTER HOWE Choral Music, Organ, Pianoforte, Theory of Music 

B.M. Virginia Institute of Music; A.A.G.O. American Guild of Organists 
"row let us try again, sopranos"; icary hair; patience ami fortitude 

BARBARA HUMES Administratis Assistant 

Sarah Lawrence College; Katharine Gibbs School 

Sherlock Humes; "turn those lights back on"; tennis champ; "The Old Lamp- 
lighter" 

GERDA RUTH KAATZ Spanish 

A.B. University of Kansas City; M.A. State University of Illinois; Ph.D. State 

University of Iowa 

Dr. ( 'oats; one of the girls; linguist; antipathy for zinc oxide; penciled 

KATHERIXE MACDOXALD Physical Education 

Bouve-Boston School of Physical Education; B.S. Ed. Tufts College 
pretty eyes; " why were you absent from sports. . . "; the brief case; her walk 

HARRIET E. McKEE Greek, Latin 

A.B. Vassal College; M.A. Columbia University 

"vocabulary fat the week-end" ; archaeologist; saddle shoes and little white boots; 
legible handwriting (?) 



IDAXELLE SAM McMURRAY 

A.B., M.A. Vanderbilt University 

one of the girls; sleek convertible; man on her bookcase; affiliations 



English 





FACULTY 
1947 






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FACULTY 
1947 





MARION RUSSELL McPHERSON Speedwriting, Typing 

Executive Secretary of Alumnae Relations 

"see me about your travel plans"; " a-s-d-j '-space"; pleasant tables; "keep your 
touch light" 

RUTH CRUPPER REEVES (MRS.) Administrative Assistant 

A.B. Hollins College 
weekly corridor parties; RCR; friendly and understanding 

LOUISE ROBINSON Assistant Financial Secretary 

' "are you going to the big city today?"; bank notices and third warnings; cool and 
calm in rush hours 

ANNA ELIZABETH ROTH History 

Barnard College; Ph.B. Syracuse University; M.A., Ph.D. Radcliffe College 
more than generous servings; " Lace"; " now is there any question?"; heart of gold; 
"that's very true" 

MARJORIE FAUNCE STEVENS_(MRS. MERVIN E.) Mathematics 

A.B. Boston University 
pillar of the Congregational choir; geometry designs; Punchard connections 

CATHERINE JANE SULLIVAN Remedial Reading 

A.B. Wheaton College; Ed.M. Boston University; Graduate Study at Harvard 
University 
day scholar executive; lingering scents; Harvard reading headaches 

GERTRUDE TINGLEY Singing 

Studied with Mme. Povla Frijsh, Percy Rector Stephens, Isidore Luckstone. 
Solo appearance with the Boston Symphony Orchestras 
teas; hats, and jewelry; "Phantom of the Opera"; up-to-date 

ELEANOR MORIN TUCKER Chemistry, Mathematics 

A.B., M.A. Smith College 

"it might explode"; always willing to help; "Hi, kids!"; athlete; entertaining 
tables 

DOROTHEA WILKINSON English 

University of King's College; Woodford School for Teachers, Southsea, Eng- 
land 
the short cut that led to new paths; dramatic reader 






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CLASS SONG 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Secretary, Xancy Brumback 

Treasurer, Betty Ann Mitchell 

Vice-President, Xancy Hamilton 

President, Jane Brown 



Onward the blue and white 

"Will ever go. through all the years. 

Our lasting loyalty will ever grow. 

Memories we'll hold dear. 

Though we may be far away. 

\Ye'll ne'er forget our class. 

So. . .stand up and sing for good old '47 

Unsurpassed! 



Steps of Our Senior Class 



Screams and shouts of 
delight astonished new girls 
as we Seniors roared into 
school and collapsed breath- 
lessly in our newly acquired 
Senior Parlor . . . first get- 
together as a class was the 
Senior Picnic at Ipswich 
Beach . . . sandy hot dogs 
were cheerfully ignored 
while everyone concentrat- 
ed on the debut of Chester- 
fields and Camels. . .forgets 
ting What Every Woman 
Knows, we invaded Boston 



for our first unchaperoned 
Saturday Leave. No vein- 
ber's highlight was the An- 
dover-Exeter "football clas- 



attended, 
for "our 
the long- 
departure 




sic" which we 
cheering lustily 
Abbot boys". . 
awaited eve of 
for the Christmas vacation 
arrived with the added sur- 
prise of receiving our Senior 
rings. . .holidays over, the 
terror of mid-years was up- 
on us . . . pigtails and gray 
faces took the place of va- 
cation glamour . . . quick re- 
vival came after one miser- 
able week as we whipped 
out pan-cake and lipstick 
and departed via "Basset's 
Tours" for Intervale. . .as 
usual, the Prom week-end 
was a howling success. . . 
strains of "Guilty" and 
'Rumors are Flying" pen- 
etrated the recesses of the 
library where book-lovers 
ardently communed with 
favorite authors . . . Sunday 
morning after chapel, Baro- 
nial was packed with eager 
beavers, and the campus 
woodlands were invaded by 
nature lovers ..." Quality 
Street" brought the oppor- 
tunity to show our talents 
as a class. . .Spring vaca- 
tions were spent perusing 
Science Manuals and Time 




and we returned well armed 
to take the dreaded College 
Boards. . .the long-awaited 
Commencement week-end 
found families and friends 
strolling the campus . . . the 
happiness of finally receiv- 
ing our diplomas was min- 
gled with the sadness we all 
felt at separation from each 
other and leaving Abbot. 



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ANN HELEN AULIS 
Dockray Lane, Wakefield, Rhode Island 
WW-W "Aulis" 

Bazaar Committee '46; Christmas Party '45; Diaper Dra- 
matics '45; Fidelio '47; Hiking Leader '46; Numerals '44; 
Senior Play '47; Yearbook Editor-in-Chief '47. 

"Oh, dear Gussie!"; French antagonisms: Owl is; resounding 
litter; "Ann, come look at Orion "; art enthusiast. 





CYNTHIA AUSTIN 
Country Club Road, Johnson City, New York 
1945-47 "Cinny" 

Bazaar Committee '46; Study Hall Proctor '47. 

Fraukie fan; beautiful hands; ash-blonde and navy blue eyes; 
"kill, kill, kill!" 



NANCY PARADISE BARNARD 

12 High Street, Andover, Massachusetts 



191&-W 




Hall Proctor '47; Varsity Hockey '46 



convertible; day-scholar-boarder relations; "Figaro, Figaro"; 
"Bill and I"; always punctual {?) 




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EMILY JANE BROWN 

303 Court Street, Keene, New Hampshire 
W43-b7 "Janie" 

"A" Society '46, '47; Bazaar Committee '44; Choir '46, '47; 
Treasurer of Prep Class '44; President of Prep Class '44; Sec- 
retary of Junior Class '4.5; President of Senior Class '47; 
Draper Dramatics '4.5, '46, '47; Fidelio '46, '47; Hiking Leader 
'46; Honor Roll '44, '4.5, '46, '47: Numerals '44; Posture 
Marker '45; Prom Committee '47; Senior Play 47; Executive 
Council '47; Study Hall Proctor '47; Yearbook '47; Cum 
La ii ile. 

"down on our fakm" 'l cute as a bug's ear; "Dig, Doug, Dune, 

and Derek"; Princeton and Dartmouth prospects. 



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NANCY ELLEN BRl MBACK 

146 Boyd Avenue, Van Wert, Ohio 



A.D.S. '46, '47; Secretary of Senior Class '47; Draper Dra- 
matics '46, '47; Study Hall Proctor '47. 

"poor Celia"; infections grin; 'Vansquirt'; "I do myself; 
Sunday callers; pantomime. 





JOANNA CAMPBELL 

36 Chestnut Street, Fitchburg, Massachusetts 
W,.3-W "Jo' 

"A" Society '46, '47; A.C.A. '44; Bazaar Committee '46 
Chevrons '47; Christmas Party '44; Hiking Leader '46, '47 
New Girl-Old Girl Party '46; Numerals '44; Senior Play '47 
Study Hall Proctor '47; Varsity Track '46; Varsity Basketball 
'46, '47; Captain of Gargoyles '47. 

"As a captain she's a dandy": "Let me tell you"; hot waiter 
bottles and rheumatism; farm in Putney. 



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PATRICIA ANNE CARROLL 
i9 Oxford Road, ^"hite Plain*. New York 



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Christmas Party '47. Draper Dramatics '47: Hiking Leader 
'47: Numerals '47: Senior Play '47: Study Hall Proctor "47; 
Varsity Tennis '47: Forum '47. 

telegrams and rabies; "there's a much simpler iray to do this"; 
calling hour enthusiast ? ; White Plains chatter. 





MARGERY ANNE CHANDLER 
M B. Taylor, Windy Bush Road. New Hope, Pennsylvania 
--i? "<han" 

Senior Play '47: Sub Varsity Hockey "4t>: Study Hall Proctor 
'47: Varsity Hockey '47: Forum '47. 

aunts; glorious goalie: helpful historian; argument-. 



LUCY DEE ( HIYERS 
Kennedy House. Lawrenceville. New Jersey 



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" Deedee' 



ADS. '46: President ADS '47: Bazaar Committee '46; 
Cheer Leader "4t>. "47: Choir '46, '47: Secretary of Senior-Mid 
Class '46: Secretary of Prep Class '44: Draper Dramatics 45. 
'46: Fidelio "4»i. '47: Honor Roll '44: Numerals '4.5: 'Rec' 
Room Committee '46: Sut> Varsity Hockey '4.5. '4'i. 

Lawrencecille'. ; "butt me"; New Joisey; our Bernhardt; John 
harmony; hep cat. 




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ANN BOWLER CLEMENS 

2106 North Sixth Street, Sheboygan, Wisconsin 

1945-i? "Clem" 

Secretary of AAA. '47; A.D.S. '47; Bazaar Committee '40; 
Treasurer of Senior-Mid Class '45; Draper Dramatics '40, '47; 
New Girl-Old (iirl Party '47; Numerals '40; Sub Varsity 
Basketball '47; Varsity Basketball '46. 

"I've never felt quite like thin before"; 'To Kuril His O-iren'; 
yoo(l natured. 



JANICE HELEN COLE 
6 Cheever Circle, Andover, Massachusetts 



19U-W 



''Jan" 



Fidelio '46, '47; Honor Roll '46; Numerals '46; Posture Marker 
'47; Sub Varsity Hockey '46. 

the violinist; language enthusiast; "hi, kids.'"; playing in the 
dark; "that's no lie". 





BARBARA PAIGE DEAN 

8 Kensington Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
19J&-W 

"A" Society '40, '47; Chevrons '40, '47; Numerals '42; Sub 
Varsity Hockey '45; Varsity Hockey '40. 

Wally; well-groomed; "What did you do in History?"; bandan- 
nas. 



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BEVERLY ANN DeCESARE 

510 Prospect Street, Methuen, Massachusetts 



'Bet" 



"A" Society '46, "47; Draper Dramatics '45, '46; Fidelio '4(5. 
'47; Numerals '44; Posture Marker '47; Senior Play '47; Study 
Hall Proctor "47; World Student Service Fund '47. 

generous; horn-rimmed glasses; "we're going to Methuen on our 
'Saturday'; joke treasury. 





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LOIS ANN DERBY 
R.F.D. No. 2, Lowell, Massachusetts 



"Derb" 



"A" Society '4.5, '46, '47: President of "A" Society '46; Presi- 
dent of A. A. A. '47; Bazaar Committee '45, '46; Chevrons '45, 
'46, '47: Christmas Party '45; Treasurer of Prep Class '43: 
Secretary of Junior Class '44; Vice-President of Senior-Mid 
Class '46; New Girl-Old Girl Party '46, '47; Numerals '44; 
Posture Marker '47: 'Rec' Room Committee '45, '46; Sub 
Varsity Basketball '43: Sub Varsity '44; Executive Council 
'47: Study Hall Proctor '47: Varsi'tv Hockev '45, '46, '47; 
Varsity Basketball '44, '45, '46; Ski Club '46; Athletic Blazer. 

superlative athlete; stunning clothes; planes and pilots; roof 
escapade. 



HESTER CLARE DIGNAN 

142 Main Street, Wakefield, Massachusetts 
VJ'ti;- > 4 : "Hesta" 

One Year Senior 

"come up and see my etchings"; station wagon; knee socks; 
Intervale sketches. 




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HELEN ELIZABETH DOWD 
13 Pasho Street, Andover, Massachusetts 



1943-47 



'Dowdie' 



Bazaar Committee '46; Secretary of Prep Class '44; Day 
Scholar Stunt Committee '44; Honor Roll '44, '45, '4(i; Nu- 
merals '44; World Student Service Fund "4(i; Yearbook *47. 

P. A. riity; husky voice and chortle: "Now Helen Doicd, You 
tell us"; petite redhead. 



VIRGINIA LEE EASON 

411 N.W. 14th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 
1945-47 "Ginny" 

President of A.C.A. '47; Christmas Party '46, '47; New Girl- 
Old Girl Party '47; Senior Play '47; Student Government 
Executive Council '47; Forum '47. 

"Where, oh where is Ginny Easonf"; extensive wardrobe; study 
hull baths; men. 





1943-47 



MARY CARTER EMERY 

1035 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 



'Em" 



"A" Society '46, '47; A.A.A. '47; Chevrons '47; Christmas 
Party '45; President of Junior Class '45; President of Senior- 
Mid Class '46; Fidelio '46, '47; Head of Tennis '46; New 
Girl-Old Girl Party '46; Numerals '44; Senior Play '47; Sub 
Varsity Tennis '43; Study Hall Proctor '47; Varsity Tennis 
'44, '45, '46; Varsity Baseball '46; Yearbook '47. 

"that's a neut goodie"; imitations; 'Be charitable, Emery'; rope- 
ton- troubles; eyes; Michigan men. 



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EDITH FLATHER 
■15 Abbot Street, Andover, Massachusetts 



1948 



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■Edie" 



"A" Society '45, '46, '47; Chevrons '45, '46; Day Scholars' 
Entertainment Committee '43, '45; Hiking Leader '46, '47; 
Numerals '43; Posture Marker '47; Senior Play '47; Advertis- 
ing Manager of Yearbook '47; Athletic Blazer '47. 

double gym periods; early morning assignments; determined 
stride; efficiency plus. 





19U-W 



BARBOCRA COLEMAN FLUES 
410 Birchard Avenue, Freemont, Ohio 



"Flues' 



Courani '47; Fidelio '46, '47; Honor Roll '45, '46, '47; Senior 
Play '47; Forum '46, '47; Cum Laude. 

the mighty socialist; "tee must, we must . "; ".Voir my brother 
. . . "; trans-Atlantic relations. 



BARBARA JANE FRENCH 

276 South Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
19J&-M "B.jr 

"A" Societv '46, '47: A.C.A. '46, '47; Bazaar Committee '45 
'46; Chevrons '46, '47; Christmas Party '46, '47; Fidelio '45, 
'46, '47; Numerals '43; Senior Play '47; Study Hall Proctor '47; 
Treasurer of Day Scholars '47; Forum '47. 

long walks to school; summers in Maine; snoicshoes; " You're got 
to bring your money. " 




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EMILY GIERASCH 

Johnson Hall, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts 
1943-47 "Em" 

Bazaar Committee '46; Christmas Party '46; Courant '47; 
Fidelio '46, '47; Honor Roll '44, '45, '4(i,' '47; Numerals '44; 
Senior Play '47; Study Hall Proctor '47; Cum Laude. 

"The Big Haircut"; " Dad"; "the boys in the house" ; enuncia- 
tion; friendly. 



BARBARA GODDARD 

SO Hawthorne Avenue, Auburndale, Massachusetts 
lu',',-1,7 "Bunty" 

Bazaar Committee Head '46; Choir '46, '47; Vice-President of 
Senior-Mid Class '45; President of Senior-Mid Class '46; 
Fidelio '46, '47; Numerals '46; Posture Marker '46; Prom 
Committee '46; Sub Varsity Basketball '46; President of Stu- 
dent Government '47; Varsity Basketball '45; Varsity Tennis 
'46; Study Hall Proctor '47. ' 

"boogie — saga"; P-E-T-K: wasp-waist; "oh, my achin head!"; 
big gun on New England S1u-(i; Her heart belongs to Daddy.' 





DIANE GOULD 

210 South Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
19U-47 

Draper Dramatics '46; Day Scholar Stunt Committee '46; 
Fidelio '47; Numerals '47; Prom Committee '47; Senior Play 
'47; Sub Varsity Track '45; Study Hall Proctor '47; Yearbook 
47. 

'Louis Quatorze"; Andover-Exeter relations; "I'm crushed.'"; 
Beauteous blonde. 



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DOROTHEA MACALISTER HALL 

54 Paris Road, New Hartford, New York 

1!> ',',-',? "Marine" 

Bazaar Committee '46; Christmas Party '45; Treasurer of 
Junior Class '45; Treasurer of Senior-Mid Class '46; Fidelio 
'4(i, '47; Senior Play '47; Secretary of Student Government '47; 
Study Hall Proctor '47. 

vitality; tiny feel and gorgeous locks; giggle; "respectfully svb- 
mitte I." 





NANCY LUSE HAMILTON 
1416-25th Street, Two Rivers, Wisconsin 



19U-W 



" Ilammie' 



Vice-President of Junior Class '45; President of Junior-Mid 
Class '46; Vice-President of Senior Class '47; Posture Marker 
'45; Prom Committee '46; Senior Play '47; Sub Varsity 
Hockey '47. 

week-end of the 2-ird; Grecian profile; "the fortune teller told 

me. . . . 



CORALLIE HANLY 
1415 Cloncurry Road, Norfolk, Virginia 



"Di 



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Bazaar Committee '46; Draper Dramatics '46; Fidelio '46, '47; 
Head of Ping-Pong '47; Hiking Leader '46; Honor Roll '45, 
'46, '47; Numerals '46; Prom Committee '47; Senior Play '47; 
Cum Laude. 

" Ali'm sooo dumb"; Norfolk; dramatic ability; consecutive piano 
recitals. 




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SALLY MONROE HUMASON 
Weed Street, New Canaan, Connecticut 

lU',',-',7 "Hummie" 

Bazaar Committee '46; Choir '47; Christmas Party '45; 
Draper Dramatics '46; Fidelio '46, '47; Head of Badminton 
'46; Hiking Leader '45; Honor Roll '45, '46, '47; Forum '46, 
'47; Cum Laurie. 

nice figure; twin; P. A. contacts; winter tan. 



JOYCE HUNTINGTON 

103 Aviemore Drive, New Roehelle, New York 



Treasurer of A.A.A. '47; Captain of Griffins '47; A.D.S. '47; 
Draper Dramatics '46; Hiking Leader '47; Honor Roll '46; 
New Girl-Old Girl Party '47; Numerals '46; Sub Varsity Bas- 
ketball '45; Varsity Baseball '46; Varsity Basketball '46. 

Two-toned jackets; diets; "to Joyce, our loyal captain"; beautiful 
complexion. 





PATRICIA ANN JAFFER 

Rock Rimmon Road, R.F.D. No. 1, Stanford, Connecticut 

V.i',--,-.i t 7 "Pat' 



A.C.A. '46; Christmas Party '45; Head of Track '47; Hiking 
Leader '47; New Girl-Old Girl Party '46; Sub Varsity Tenuis 
'46. 

eyelashes; noiseless (?) typewriter; "Oh, no!" ; shoes; "our neit 
house"; Finn. 



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JOAN MYRNA KARELITZ 

34 Lakeview Avenue, Haverhill, Massachusetts 

t9U-tf "Joanie" 

A. A. A. '46; Bazaar Committee '46; Draper Dramatics '47; 
Fidelio '47; Head of Basketball '47; Hiking Leader '45, '46; 
New Girl-Old Girl Party '46; Numerals '46; Posture Marker 
'47; Senior Plav '47; Sub Varsity Basketball '45; Varsity 
Track '46. 

peg-leg; good-natured; basketball whiz; "my girl friends and the 
fellas"; "they were supposedly married." 





MARGARET GAGE KIMBALL 
50 School Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
1943-tf "Peggy" 

"A" Society '40', 47: A. ('.A. '45; Christmas Party "44; Head of 
Day Students '47; Fidelio '46, '47; Honor Roll '46; Numerals 
'44: Senior Play; Student Government '47: Ski Club '46; 
Cum Laude. 

able day-scholar leader; hospitable; "P.K."; ski evpert; greene 
perm. 



DONNA CATHERINE KINNEMAN 

135 Westland Drive, Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
19^5-^7 "Tranter" 

'Rec' Room Committee Head '47; Senior Play '47; Study Hall 
Proctor '47. 

physics trouble; Pittsburgh; the orange streak; "let's light up"; 
life of the party. 




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JOY LOIS KOLINS 

42 Lark Lane, (Jloversville, New York 



19U-1H7 



A.D.S. '46, '47; Secretary-Treasurer '47; Draper Dramatics 
'45, '46, '47; Numerals '46; Senior Play '47; Study Hall Proc- 
tor '47. 

.summer at Cornell; men; backbone of Abbot dramatics; variety of 
gloves. 




19U-! t 7 



MILDRED DORIS KREIS 

West Street, Litchfield, Connecticut 



"Millie" 



"A" Society '47; A.C.A. '46; Christmas Party '45; Caurant 
'47; Head of Croquet '46; Hiking Leader '46; Honor Roll '45, 
'46; World Student Service Fund '45, '46; News; Cum Laude. 

nose for news; affiliations; literary ambitions; "Wrinkle." 





1943-tf 



LILLIAN JANE LEWIS 

11 Pasho Street, Andover, Massachusetts 



" A " Society '47; Choir '45, '46, '47; Chairman of Day Scholars 
Stunt Committee '47; Fidelio '46, '47; Numerals '44; Sub 
Varsity Basketball '46. 

blonde (?); Hawaii interest; (linger ale addict; jokes, jokes, and 
more jokes. 



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W45-47 



JEAN LOUISE MARSH 

Pope's Lane, Danvers, Massachusetts 



Head of Riding '46, '47: Numerals '46; Sub Varsity Track '46; 
Varsity Archery '46: Yearbook '47; Ski Club '4.5, '46. 

Marblehead affiliation*: horsewoman; from Danrers. . highlight 
of the padded cells; photographer. 





JANET DRYDEN Mc IVOR 

13 Auburn Street, Concord, New Hampshire 

19U-W "Mclvor" 

A.C.A. '45; A.D.S. '47; Christmas Party '44, '45; Draper 
Dramatics "46; Fidelio '46, '47: Head of Archery '47; Numerals 
'46: Posture Marker '45: Varsity Archery '45. 

beautiful eyes; the anteater; "aye lassie" ; dramatist. 



CAROLYN McLEAN 

•24i )() Butte Avenue, Duluth, Minnesota 



t9U-Vi 



"Carol" 



Treasurer A.C.A. '47; Bazaar Committee '46; Christmas 
Partv '46: (ourant '47; Draper Dramatics Props '46; Fidelio 
'46, "'47; Honor Roll '46: New Girl-Old Girl Party '46; Nu- 
merals '46: Posture Marker "47; Senior Play Props '47; Sub 
Varsity Basketball '47. 

Al's Pal; handsome brothers; the worried hud;; hilling sense of 
h u mor. 




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MARGOT LAMBERT MEYER 
31 Virginia Avenue, Poughkeepsie, New York 



Gargoyle Cheer Leader '47; Draper Dramatics '47; Fidelio 
'47; Numerals '47; Chairman Prom Committee '47; Varsity 
Hockey '47. 

the athletic type; appetite; 'Maiden Meyer'; the guffaw; prom 
promoter. 



ELIZABETH ANN MITCHELL 

(i Woodcrest Avenue, Milburn, New Jersey 



"B.A." 



GrifEn Cheer Leader '47; Treasurer Senior Class '47; Courant 
Staff '47; Draper Dramatics Props '46; Fidelio '46, '47; 
Hiking Leader '45, '46, '47; Honor Roll '45, '46, '47; 
Numerals '46; Sub Varsity Hockey '46; World Student Service 
Fund '45, '46; Cum Laude. 

mimic; subtly humorous; "a doll I can carry"; "horrid"; Har- 
vard-Yale game; 'an admirer.' 





MARTHA METCALF MORSE 

39 Maple Hill Drive, Larchmont, New York 

19U-17 "Mouse" 

"A" Society '46; Vice-President A. A. A. '47; A. A. A. Council 
'47; Christmas Party '45; Secretary Senior-Mid Class '45 
Fidelio '46, '47; Accompanist '46, '47; Hiking Leader '46, '47 
Numerals '46; Senior Play '47; Gargoyle Song Leader '47 
Student Government '47; Study Hall Proctor '46; Varsity 
Tennis '45; Varsity Baseball '46. 

"kitten on the keys"; tennis; "What's the good ward?"; study- 
hall distractions from the music room. 



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PRISCILLA ALDEN OBERING 

403 North 16th Street, Mount Vernon, Illinois 

1945-47 "Aiden" 

New Girl-Old Girl Picnic '47: Fidelio '47: Senior Play '47; 
Study Hall Proctor '47: Varsity Basketball '45. 

"/'re got so many lessons.'"; promt; heacy mail: hat*. 





MARY LEE GAINES PECK 

17 Wolcott Avenue, Andover, Massachusetts 

2944-47 "Lee" 

Draper Dramatics '4.5. '46; Fidelio '46, '47: Senior Play '47. 
Sub Varsity Track '46; Study Hall Proctor '47. 

"bully for you"; teacher's pet ? ; Wednesday afternoon excuses; 
"my contusion*." 



MARY HARRIS PIERCE 

404 Third Street, Avon-By-the-Sea, New Jersey 

194M7 "Skeeter" 

"A" Society "4.5, '46, "47; Bazaar Committee '46; Chevrons 
'45, '46: President Prep Class '43; President Junior Class '44: 
Fidelio '46, '47: Librarian '47: Hiking Leader "46: Honor Roll 
'44, '45: Numerals "44; Prom Committee '47: School Song 
leader '47; Sub Varsity Tennis '45; Varsity Tennis '46: Var- 
sity Baseball '4.5. "46: Athletic Blazer. 

argyles for Joe; sugar and spice, and everything nice; "Hi. 
honey"; Griffin basetxill star. 




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JEAN RITCHEY 

21 Haiders Lane, Darien, Connecticut 



1945-47 



"Ritch" 



Courant Staff '46, '47; Fidelio '46, '47; Honor Roll '46; Nu- 
merals '46; Senior Play '47; Sub Varsity Hockey '4.5; Varsity 
Hockey '46; Executive Council; Vice-President of Student Gov- 
ernment; Cum Laude. 

''Phoebe of the ringlets"; conscientious; little and trim; stunning 
black dresses; "who proctors chapel tonight?" 



SUSANNE ROBBINS 
26 Mostyn Street, Swampscott, Massachusetts 



1'j >,.!-',: 



'Sue" 



"A" Society '45; Head of "A" Society '47; Chevrons '45, '46; 
Vice-President Prep Class '43; Vice-President Junior Class '44, 
'45; Courant Staff '46, '47, Editor-in-Chief '47; New Girl-Old 
Girl Picnic '46; Fidelio '46, '47; Hiking Leader '46, '47; Honor 
Roll '44, '45, '46; Numerals '44; Posture Marker '44; 'Rec' 
Room Committee '45; Griffin Song Leader '47; Varsity Bas- 
ketball '45, '46; World Student Service Fund '46, '47; Athletic 
Blazer; Forum '46, '47; Cum Laude. 

accompli sited knitter; blink; Courant Problems; exaggerations; 
"Dark Eyes." 





1944- 



CAROLYN SACKETT 
15 Dell Way, Larchmont, New York 



'Sack" 



Gargoyle Cheer Leader '46, '47; Senior Picnic Committee '46 ; 
Honor Roll '46, '47; Numerals '45; Posture Marker '44, '45; 
'Rec' Room Committee '45, '46; Class Song Leader '45, '46; 
Sub Varsity Tennis '45, '46; Study Hall Proctor '47; Business 
Manager of Yearbook '47; French Play; Cum Laude. 

affiliations; Latin prodigy; THE week-end; curly top. 



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MAUD FULLER SAVAGE 

150 Brewster Road, Scarsdale, New York 
1945-tf 

Courani '47; Fidelio '46, '47; Posture Marker '47. 

Rupert; letter file; talented family; eats and mice; chess and eard 
fiend. 





NANCY JANE SCRIPTURE 

96 Elm Street, Cohasset, Massachusetts 



19U5- 



" Scrip' 



Bazaar Committee '46; Art Editor of Yearbook '47. 



extended vacation: chic; our artist; zinc ointment; "Bull dog, Bull 
dog, Bow-wow-wow." 



DARLENE ALMA SHARP 
20-28 West 101st Place, Chicago, Illinois 



"Dotty" 



A.C.A. '45, '46; Cheer Leader '46, '47; Choir '46, '47; Christ- 
mas Party '45, '46; Courani Staff '46, '47; Fidelio '45, '46, '47; 
Head of Deck Tennis '46; Head of Baseball '47; Numerals '46: 
Senior Play 47; Song Leader Senior Class '47; Sul> Varsity 
Basketball' '46; Study Hall Proctor '46; Varsity Baseball '46; 
A. A. A. Council '47; Forum '46, '47. 

" ayre pack-rat" '; rim, rigor and vitality; twin brother; "golden"; 
John harmony; well-located room. 




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GERALDINE TREADWAY 
The Crossways," Stockbridge, Massachusetts 



19U-W 



"Gerry" 



"A" Society '46, '47; A.D.S. '46, '47; Draper Dramatics '46; 
Fidelio '46, "47; Head of Hiking '47; Hiking Leader '46; Honor 
Roll '45, '46, '47; Numerals '46; Suh Varsity Tennis '46; 
Study Hall Proctor '46; Forum '46; French Play; Cum Laurie. 

" Wobbles"; hov w parties: those ei/es; tan. 



1 '■'>■!-',: 



BARBARA KENT TURNER 

Lake Road, Norwich, New York 



'Bobbie" 



"A" Society '46, '47; Secretary of A.C.A. '47; Chevrons '46; 
Christmas Party '46, '47; Draper Dramatics '45, '46; Enter- 
tainment Committee '45. '46; Hiking Leader '47; New Girl- 
Old Girl Party '45, '46; Numerals '44; Study Hall Proctor '45; 
Chairman World Student Service '47; Senior Stunt Com- 
mittee '46. 

II '.S.S.I', wonder; Mike; "dear heart": 'Maiden Turner.' 





CHRISTINE WINDBCH vox GOEBEN 

Otter Rock Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut 
19U-W "Chris" 

A.C.A. '45, '46; Vice-President of A.C.A. '47; Bazaar Com- 
mittee '46; Christmas Party '45, '46; Treasurer of Junior Class 
'45; Conrant '46; Business Manager of Conrant '47; Hiking 
Leader '46; Honor Roll '45. '46; New Girl-Old Girl Party '46; 
Numerals '46; Varsity Hockey '45, '46; Cum Lande. 

impeccable; Lake Placid; gamin grin: feather cut; formulae. 



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MARION ELIZABETH WHITE 
South Main Street, And over, Massachusetts 

in',',-',? "Nonnie" 

Courani '47; Draper Dramatics '46; Day Scholar--' Stunt Com- 
mittee '44: Honor Roll '46, '47; Senior Flay '47; Forum '47; 
Cum I. nude. 

walking dictionary; psychological analysis; numerous problems; 
"Let's look at the notices." 





1945-47 



MARY LOANTHA WHITE 

8 Hudson Avenue, Guilford, Maine 



"Lo" 



Choir Hi, "47; Fidelio '46; President of Fidelio '47: Sub Varsity 
Tennis '46. 

'The Gold Nuggets'; beautiful voice: Guilford Maine-iac; eye- 
lash curler. 



1M-U 



SYLVIA LYFORD 

ti Ross Road, Scarsdale, New York 



"Silly" 



Griffin Cheer Leader '47; Christmas Party '46; Draper Dra- 
matics '47; Hiking Leader "47; Senior Play '47. 

Interrale bed; baby talk; "remember the goldfish"; debutante 
slouch; our Dorothy Dix; sympathetic listener. 




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Cum Laude, 1947 



Emilv Jane Brown 
Barboura Coleman Flues 
Emilv Gieraseh 
Corallie Hanlv 
Sallv Monroe Humason 
Margaret Gage Kimball 
Mildred Doris Kreis 



Elizabeth Ann Mitchell 
Jean Ritchev 
Susanne Robbins 
Carolyn Sackett 
Geraldine Treadwav 

« 

Christine Windisch von Goeben 
Marion Elizabeth White 



Honor A, 1946 

Marv Pew Burton 
Virginia Lee Finnev 
Barbara Ida Graf 
Dorothy Bourne King 



[3.5 




Prophecy 



There are few girls in our class who do not admit having gone, at least once this year, to 
the fortune tellers in Boston on their Saturday leaves. Whether palmist, tea-leaf reader or 
crystal gazer, we all were eager to hear what the future held for us. To satisfy this mass 
curiosity we are holding an imaginary Senior meeting, and as our guest we shall have a crystal- 
gazer who will tell us how she sees the Senior Class of 1947, ten years hence. 
Ah ! She speaks . . . 

"As I gaze into my crystal ball I see the former Ann Aulis married and settled down, 
diligently reading government pamphlets on dairy farming which were put out by the 
Research Department headed by Pat Carroll, and writing the sequel to her last novel, the 
best seller since "Forever Amber." Literary critic, Maud Savage, in her review is busily 
banning it in Boston. 

"My crystal is getting hazy. . .now an army camp comes into sight. Edith Flather is 
briskly drilling recruits. Inside the canteen DeeDee Olivers is giving an exhibition of that 
old fashioned dance, jitterbugging, while hostess Marion White passes sinkers to the as- 
sembled soldiers. Army wives Jane Lewis, Peggy Kimball, and Joy Kolins can be seen from 
the outside with their noses pressed against the window glaring at the entertainer. 

"I see strange unfamiliar lands in my crystal ball. Diane Gould, who superintends 
"Basselt's International Tours" is conducting through Europe the eager Class of 19.57. 
Passing through Paris, they see Hester Dignan madly painting the portrait of the Austrian 
countess, Barboura Flues. In Ireland they meet the former Skeeter Pierce, Lois Derby, and 
Bunty Goddard, all dressed appropriately in Kelly green. 

"lm-m-m-m, there seems to be a magazine taking shape in my crystal. The pages are 
flipping over slowly. . . on this page I see a plan for a very tempting meal with accompanying 
photographs. The reader is assured that it must be good as it has the Good Housekeeping Seal 
of Approval from their chief dietician, Beverly DeCesare. In the index I see the prize win- 
ning novel in serial form written by the up-and-coming authoress, Carol McLean. . .1 read 
that the lovely gowns pictured on this page were created by the versatile B. J. French. . . 
across the page I see "She's engaged! She's lovely' She uses Pond's, Joyce Huntington of 

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New Rochelle. " Here is an article telling of a national poll and naming the former Barbara 
Dean as one of the ten best-dressed women in the country. . on this page I see a full page 
color advertisement for shampoo "just right for 'strawberry blondes'" modelled for by the 
former Dolly Sharp, now known as Chicago Cassie. ... On these pages I see portraits of well- 
known socialites: the former Barbara Turner, wife of a "promising Congressman who is ably 
following in his father's footsteps"; the former Cynthia Austin, "gracious Southern lady 
entertaining at her sumptuous tobacco plantation"; actress Janet Mclvor of the Broadway 
hit 'Aye, Lassie,' and Sally Humason who is "wintering as usual in Sarasota." 

"Now I see a narrow passage of water and among the meads by its bank, keeping up 
the choir tradition, I hear the former Jane Brown singing "low bridge. . . on the Erie ('anal " 
(Erie, that is). I see red; crimson permeates my crystal. It is clearing and I see the Harvard 
Campus and Sue Robbins, now married to a Harvard professor. She is pouring tea in her 
Cambridge home for her visitor, Gerry Treadway, now grey haired and bespectacled from 
her years of study for her Ph.D. in Philosophy at Harvard and writing articles for Time in 
her spare hours. They are talking about Ann Clemens, Congresswoman from Wisconsin, 
who has been making the headlines lately by delivering stirring speeches in Washington on 
the merits of her state, and of their plans to hear Janice Cole at Symphony Hall that night 
in the premiere performance of her violin concerto. On the way to the concert I see them go 
into a smart dress shop owned and managed by Joan Karelitz, where they run into Emily 
Gierasch who has come into Boston to buy a dress suitable for the Faculty Tea she is having 
at her home in Andover the following week. Expected to be present are Chris von Goeben, 
new head of the Math department at Phillips, Alden Obering, now head of the Spanish 
department at Abbot, and Helen Dowd, wife of the headmaster. 

"The scene changes to the Vermont countryside, Putney to be exact, where I see Jo 
Campbell and Margot Meyer, who is visiting her from Burlington, lumbering along in a 
truck on their way to help Nancy Hamilton harvest her fruit. En route they come upon a bus 
from Peck's Transportation Service. The owner alights proudly displaying a new medal for 
defeating Barney Oldfield. 

"Now the skyscrapers of N. Y. C. are taking place in my crystal. In the merging traffic 
we discern a careening cab, at the wheel of which is recognized Ann 'Mac' Chandler, coon- 
skin cap pulled low over her eyes, incognito, studying life, as background for her next great 
epic poem. In the back seat we see "life" in the form of B. A. Mitchell and escort. Seemingly 
blinded by the hat, 'Mac' barely misses a ladder leaning against the Four Roses Advertise- 
ment. On the uppermost rung I distinguish Donna Kinneman calling across to Lo White 
perched similarly on the Camels sign opposite, "La. . .1 did not know they were attached so 
firmly." 

"Around the corner on Broadway they whiz under the marquee where Nancy Brum- 
back's name is prominently displayed in lights. 

"Pulling up to the curb is a huge limousine, and I see the former Pat Jaffer and Mary 
Emery disdainfully regarding the N. Y. plebeians as they gingerly make their way to "Tuck- 
er's 21 " whose motto in gilded letters greets them at the door. . . "Well kids, you may think 
you're sophisticated, but. . . ." They gaze through a haze of smoke and see Mouse Morse 
Carmichael at the piano accompanying the sultry rendition of Sylvia Lyford's "Kerry 
Dance." Dining at a nearby table, I see the up-and-coming journalist, Jean Ritchey, awaiting 
an interview with the world travelers, Carolyn Sackett and Millie Kreis, recently returned 
from Europe. They bring news of Virginia Eason, recently married to an Indian, Dartmouth 
variety, and converting the heathens of Oklahoma. The smoke clears and in a corner table we 
see Jean Marsh, Mackie Hall, and Nancy Barnard. Jean regales Mackie and Nancy with 
tales of Marblehead where she has been spending all her spare time. Mackie is buying her 
trousseau, and having a last fling before settling down to married life, while Barnard fills in 
the lurid details of her permanent romance." 

"Now I see a blank and then a book slowly appearing. It is grasped by two well kept 
hands. The book is "The Lost Week-end" avidly perused by our own N.J.S." 

On these words the meeting is adjourned. 

("P.S. I see Ann Aulis, Carolyn Sackett, Helen Dowd, Jean Marsh, Diane Gould, 
Jane Brown, Edith Flather, Nancy Scripture, and Mary Emery voted nine of the ten most 
beautiful women in the world; Lena the Hyena being the tenth.") 

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for the 
ACa Party 



This is so nerve- racking!- 




Old girl - new girl 
picnic 



"But skating is so 
e've got the pep!" boring" 




Second Row: Macartney, Marlmt, Jackson, Robinson, 
Adkins, Hughes, /•-'. Dignan, Cooper, Hammond 

Front Row: Herrera, B. Dignan, Dubois, Whitaker, 
Rich, McConnel 



Senior- 



OFFICERS (FIRST SEMESTER) 

President, Lackey 

Vice-President, Hughes 

Secretary, Davis 

Treasurer, Ball 




Third Row: Bisgood, Nolle, Young, Muessel, Kenah 

Second Row: Jones, Booth, DeLong, Hellier 
Front Row: Stone, Frank 



We, the old girls of the Senior- 
Mid Class, came back this fall 
looking forward to the new year. 
There would be the Prom, and 
there would be vacancies in 
Fidelio for us to fill, and the 
Senior places at tables at the 
end of the year when the Seniors 
had moved to their own tables, 
and a number of other hearten- 
ing privileges. Besides, there 
would be new Senior-Mids com- 
ing into our group with whom 
we would eventually graduate. 

We greeted a large number of 
new classmates, as a matter of 
fact, who very soon became part 
of us. One of these new additions 
was elected our president for the 
second -semester term of office. 
We chose a special shade of red 
for our class sweaters which we 
proudly wore for the first time, 
according to a long-standing 
tradition, to the Senior play. 



42 



We rather enjoyed the experi- 
ence of being the oldest class al 
Ahhot while the Seniors were off 
at Intervale. 

The news reports were our 
entire responsibility. . .a trying 
experience sometimes. The silent 
but barely repressed levity on 
the part of our audience was 
often disconcerting as we stum- 
bled over Russian names that 
sounded like violent sneezing. 

Abbot's Birthday Bazaar was 
another milestone in our history. 
We all got terrific brainstorms 
over our booths and madly 
sorted change the rest of the 
time. Some of that money would 
go to sick and needy students in 
other parts of the world. We 
managed the distribution and 
sewing for the Hindman Christ- 
mas dolls. . .a field day for our 
Betsv Rosses. 




OFFICERS (SECOND.SEMESTER I 

President, Cooper 

Vice-President, Kenah 

Secretary, Tarares 

Treasurer, Young 



Middlers 



Third Row: Grimshaw, Kinney, Shidze, ./. Hall, Taylor, 

Hildreth, Elliot, Lunt 
Second Row: Cookman, Tarares, Wallis, P. Barnard, 

Voss, Farrar 
Front Row: M. Sinclaire, Koines, Sears, Sarolea 



Third Row: Schauffler, Zuckerman, N. Carroll, Bigelow, 
Jenkins, Sdden, Erdmann, Ogden •<( 

Second Row: Dake,\ Russell, Douglass,"^Sides, Davis, 
England, Parker 

Front Row: Ball, Barber, Miller, Kay, F. Brumbaek 




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Jimior-Middlers 



1ST SEMESTER 
President Jefferx 

Vice-President WodUerton 
Secretary Pendleton 

Treasurer Pendleton 



*XD SEMESTER 

II iHilrerton 
Merrick 

Black- 
Blwt: 



The Junior-Mids enjoyed the 
privilege of going to the Prom this 
vear, the second vear we have been 
included, and so we feel that we 
have come up in the world. And 
that extra fiftv cents in our weeklv 
allowance means a lot to us too! 
We joined the Senior-Mids and the 
Juniors in dressing dolls for the 
Hindman Settlement, and felt a 
twinge of pride when the letter was 
read in chapel expressing the chil- 



dren's gratitude for the Christinas 
boxes we had sent. We were also 
included in the lists of those giving 
the news of current events in 
chapel even though our knees 
shook. 

A- we complete this year's work 
as Junior-Mids and become *up- 
perclassmen, " we shall remember 
the fun we had as the "in-between" 
class. It will be even more fun 
being Senior-Mids next year. 



Third Row: Smith, Wooleerton, Jefferx, Herrera 
Second Row: Merrick, Pendleton, Olney 
Front Row: Xeuhall, Black, Hawkins 




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Juniors 



1ST SEMESTER 2ND SEMESTER 



President 


Redfield 


Mansfield 


Vice-President 


Hamby 


F. Brown 


Secretary 


Gonzalez 


Bleecker 


Treasurer 


Olivers 


Or en 




Back in the fall of 1945, the Class 
of '49 had its humble beginnings; 
but since that time we have dou- 
bled in size and reached some de- 
gree of importance, we think. 

We certainly displayed our tal- 
ents as dressmakers in the fall, for 



it was a member of our class that 
won the first prize with her doll's 
clothes for the Hindman Settlement . 
We quietly stayed in the back- 
ground during the week-end of the 
Prom; but we enviously took our 
places at the dining-room windows 




Back Row: Baches, Harmon, Webster, Mansfield, 

Flowers, Stevens 
Front Row: Gibbs, Massie, Quigg 



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Back Row: /•'. Brown, Greenwald, Dow, Griffin, 

Hornby, ('. Kimberly, F. Johnson 
Front Row: Maddux, Re (field, Darit, Gonzalez, 

Williams, Xoss 



Saturday night to watch the Sen- 
iors and Senior-Mids in all their 
glorv. We had our turn in the 
spring however when we had a tea 
dance in Davis Hall 
ces^. 



a huge sue- 



Yes, this year has been a success- 
ful one for all of us, hut as we leave 
this June, we look forward to the 
fall, knowing that at last we as- 
sume the responsibilities of upper- 
classinen. 



Back Row: Potcat. A. ('hirers, Bronangh. 

Gam} ile, Ashirratham, Yafia 
Front Row: Titcomb, Oren, Bleeder, Banks 




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Lights out bells screech!!! 
Screams from Abbey House! 
What is it? Why, it's the Preps' 
first night at Abbot. As our 
bruised shins mended after fall- 
ing over chairs in the sudden 
dark, we found out about the 
life here at Abbot. 

Besides participating in school 
activities, we had our own gay 
life in Abbev. Not many of us 
will forget the parties and play- 
ful arguments as to who should 
sweep up the cracker crumbs . . . 
that is, if there were any to 
sweep. 

Of course the dav scholars 
were not excluded, many times 
we all sat around in envy, as 
thev told us about their care- 
free life outside the school. 

Well. Abbot, this is only the 
beginning. You are going to see 
a lot more of us ! Here's to future 
years, and may thev be as sue- 
cessful as our prep year. 

Lindamood, J. Barnard, Higgins, Blackmcr, Bowman, 
A. Johnson, Caldwell, Doige 




1ST SEMESTER 

President Bowman 

Nice-President A. Johnson 
Secretary J. Russell 

Treasurer Lindamood 



2ND SEMESTER 

Aldrich 
A. Johnson 
Moss 
Dodge 



Preps 



M. Kimberly, J. Russell, Kitchell, Lattin, Aldrich, 
Waddington, Jaspert, Morgan, II. Sinclaire, Moss 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL 
Back Row: Bowman, Woolverton, Morse, Cooper, Redfield, vonGoeben, Jeffers, Mansfield 
Front Row: Hamilton, Kimball, Derby, Ritchey, Goddard, President; D. Hall, J. Brown, Eason, Lackey 



Student Government 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

Back Row: D. Hall, Secretary of Student Government; 
V. Eason, President of A.C.A.; L. Derby, President 
of A. A. A.; ./. Brown, President of the Senior Class 

Front Row: ./. Ritchey, Vice-President of Student Gov- 
ernment; P. Kimball, Head of Day Scholars; B. 
Goddard, President of Student Government 




Around a table in the mys- 
terious 'room on the fourth 
floor,' sit a group of girls in 
earnest conversation. This is the 
Student Government Council, 
headed by Bunty Goddard. 

Student Government enjoys 
its part in the administrative 
affairs of the school. . .in such 
matters as the Rating System, 
the election of student officers, 
and the constant advising with 
Miss Sweeney and Miss Tuttle 
where the maintenance of Abbot 
standards is concerned. 

The underlying aim in the 
Student Government Associa- 
tion is to strengthen democratic 
processes by awakening in each 
student a desire to share respon- 
sibility with and for the group 
in which she moves. 



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The Abbot Christian Associa- 
tion has continued its splendid 
efforts in helping to bring hap- 
piness and cheer to many people 
less fortunate than we. The dolls 
for Hindman Settlement, the 
Christinas party for underpriv- 
ileged children of Andover, and 
Christinas baskets for the Old 
Folks' Home, are examples of 
how the association works. We 
see it at Abbot too, in the Old 
Girl-New Girl party at the open- 
ing of the year, and in lovely 
chapel services conducted at in- 
tervals throughout the year by 
the Christian Association. 

A.C.A. unites us and our con- 
tributions to charitable institu- 
tions such as the Red Cross, and 
thus A.C.A. gives us a sincere 
feeling of having aided in worthy 
causes. 

a. c. A. COUNCIL 




A.C.A. OFFICERS 

Turner, Secretary; vonGoeben, Vice-President; Eason, 
President; McLean, Treasurer 



Abbot 

Christian 

Association 




Back Row: Lindamood, C. Kimberly, Oven, Massie 
Second Row: Frank, Grimshaw, French, Ball, DuBois 
Front Row: Turner, vonGoeben, Eason, McLean 



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COURAXT BOARD 
Back Row: M. E. White, Savage, Mitchell, McLean 
Front Row: Kreis, Flues, Zuckerman, Robbing, Editor; Sharp, Booth, Gierasch 



Courant 




We were all surprised and 
pleased to find Courant under a 
new cover this year, and our pleas- 
ure increased as we read the fine 
articles, stories, and poetry brought 
out from new contributors in each 
number. We realized the great sin- 
cerity of effort in the long hours of 
work, the careful reading and re- 
reading that has produced such a 
notable magazine. We believe, 
therefore, that our magazine re- 
flects the best literary products of 
which the girls are capable. 

Credit must be given to the 
Courant board who, working har- 
moniouslv and enthusiastically to- 
ward the inescapable deadline, 
brought out two laudable issues of 
our school magazine. 



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Yearbook 



Ever since we heard ourselves 
named as the editors of the Abbot 
Circle our motto has been, 'the 
yearbook's the thing!' Under the 
direction of Ann Aulis, editor-in- 
chief, the book began to take shape 
very soon after midyears. After 
that, it was like this: "Scrip, the 
drawings are due . . . Dowdie will 
help Edie . . . Em, you write up the 
sports. . .Any ideas, Diane?. . . 
Jean, bring in the snapshots to- 
morrow, will you?*' And here is 
the result ! 



YEARBOOK BOARD 
Back Row: Emery, Scripture, Marsh 
Second Row: Sackett, J. Brown, Aulis, Editor 
Front Row: Gould, Flather, Dowd 





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Forum 



Back Row: Sharp, Jackson, French, England, 

Robbins, Chandler 
Second Row: Flues, Turner, Farror, Booth, 

Pierce, P. Carroll, Eason 
Front Row: Bisgood, Humason, Hughes, hunt, 

Eildreth 



Everv Friday afternoon at 3:15 
Forum meets in the library to dis- 
cuss current world problems. With 
the aid of the Misses Bavnes, 
Grassi, Roth, and Wilkinson, they 
take all the world's responsibilities 
on their shoulders. After each topic 
is thoroughly torn apart, the find- 
ings are presented at an open 
forum on some Saturday night. 
Although obviously unable to sat- 
isfy everyone's desires to solve the 
situation, whatever it may be, the 
Forums are thought -provoking and 
worth while. 



The sixteen members of the 
choir, under the direction of Miss 
Friskin, sing at vespers every Sun- 
day. After church is over down in 
the village, and after supper in the 
evening the choir rehearses their 
anthems in the chapel. Then too, 
the choir leads the morning chapel 
service, remaining during the re- 
cessional while the students and 
faculty march out. Their outstand- 
ing contribution at the commence- 
ment services adds greatly to the 
dignitv and beauty of these tradi- 
tional exercises. 



Choir 



Back Row: M. L. White, Goddard, N. Barnard, 

Hughes 
Second Row: L. ('hirers, Lattin, Olneu, Humason, 

A. Johnson 
Front Row: Sharp, Lewis, DeLong, J. Broun, 

J. Hall, Kinney 




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President: M. L. White 
Librarian: Pierce 
Accompanists: Morse, Muessel 



Fidelio 



Very shortly after the tryout, 
the Fidelio list was posted and the 
1946-47 season started. We elected 
Mary Lo White president and 
Mary Pierce librarian. Later 
Martha Morse and Marv Muessel 
were chosen our accompanists. 
With Mr. Howe as leader, it was 
not long before strains of familiar 
Thanksgiving and Christmas 
hymns rang out from Abbot Hall 
as Fidelio was preparing to lead 
the school in the traditional cere- 
monial singing for these two im- 
portant events in our school year. 

At the same time, we were 
working on our repertoire for the 
concerts we were to have during 
the winter and spring terms. . . 
the first with Governor Duramer 



and the second with Phillips Ex- 
eter. Contrary to rumor Governor 
Dummer arrived with an even 
larger club than our own. The 
concert was a great success, and 
the dance following was the climax 
of a gay evening. 

On April 19 we traveled to 
Exeter for our second concert. The 
boys gave us a good time, and our 
part of the concert was better than 
with Governor Dummer because 
of the additional time for practice. 

Spring came, and as is the cus- 
tom Seniors stepped out, and gave 
their places to "new Fidelio." For 
the Seniors, it was the end of an 
interesting and enjoyable year of 
choral work and we would not 
have missed it for any thing! 



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'Green Stockings" 



The Abbot Dramatic Society, 
led by Dee Dee Olivers, has given 
enjoyment both to its members 
and to its audiences. "Green 
Stockings " was an interesting Eng- 
lish comedv. \Ye'll always remem- 
ber Nancv as Celia, not to mention 
Clem as the tipsy aunt, and the 
romance of Joyce and Deedee. 



Mrs. Gray, our director, worked 
wonders. 

The Seniors showed their dra- 
matic ability in Sir James M. 
Barrie's "Quality Street." Jean 
was "Phoebe of the ringlets," and 
Em was her handsome "follower," 
Valentine Brown. Nor will we for- 
get that "smoking is indeed a 



A. D. S. 



ABBOT DRAMATIC SOCIETY 
Back Row: Macartney, N. Brumback, Hunting- 
ton 
Second Row: Kolins, Tread way, ('hirers, Presi- 
dent 
Front Row: Kay, Adkins, Clemens, Mclror 




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"Quality Street" 



dreadful habit!" When the curtain 
closed on the quaint and dainty 
atmosphere of Susan's 'blue and 
white room," we again realized 
that we were really Seniors; it had 
meant a lot to us that our play was 
a success. 

We were all very proud to see 
three of our class chosen for the 



French play, "Les Jours Heureux, " 
which was given at Phillips Acad- 
emy with three of the Phillips boys 
playing opposite the girls. 

Draper Dramatics will come 
through with cheers in the presen- 
tation of 'The Tempest" as the 
commencement play, just as it has 
done in previous years. 




THE PRINCIPALS 
./. Ritchey, M. Emery, J. Broun 



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A. A. A. COUNCIL 

Back Row: Clemens, Campbell, Derby, President: Huntington, Morse 
Front Row: Karelitz, Emery 



The school is divided into two 
teams. . .the Gargoyles and the 
Griffins symbolized bv Lister and 
Gus respectively. The competi- 
tion includes organized sports and 
games. Field Day exhibitions, pos- 
ture work, and walks. 

The A. A. A. this year, under the 
direction of Lois Derby, has helped 
to set a new high in competition 
and sportsmanship at Abbot. We 
are grateful to Miss Macdonald 
and Miss Elrov. not onlv for their 
energetic leadership, but for their 
vivid posters which we grew to 
look forward to from one event to 
another. 

The A. A. A. Council decided this 
vear to use the system of walks for 
extra points, and everyone entered 
in enthusiastically because these 
points brought closer our much de- 
sired numerals, A's, and blazers. 



Athletic Association 



A.A.A. OFFICERS 

Morse, Vice-President: Derby, President; Hunting- 
ton, Secretary; Clemens, Treasurer 




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TEAM CAPTAINS 

Joanna Campbell, Captain of the Gargoyles; Joyce 
Huntington, Captain of the Griffins 




SOXG LEADERS 

Robbins, Griffin Song Leader; Pierce, School Song 
Leader; Morse, Gargoyle Song Leader 



"A" SOCIETY 

Back Row: hunt, J. Brown, Lewis, Robbins, De 

Cesarc, Pierce, Derby 
Second -Row: French, M. Sinclaire, Dean, Emery, 

Turner, Kimball 
Front Row: Morse, Flather, Jackson, Campbell, 

Tread/way, .V. Barnard 




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Sports 



Sports got oft' to a good start in 
the fall with the help of fine weath- 
er. Archery was again a major 
sport. October vigor produced a 
great many minor injuries, and 
prior to Field Day the infirmary 
crutches were positively in de- 
mand. However. November 16 
dawned bright and clear, and 
evervone seemed to be on deck for 
the battle. Shouts, cheers, and 
bitter threats sounded over the 
campus all day. and there were 
many tense moments until evening 
when at the final rallv in the Gym, 
Miss Sweenev announced the 
scores, presented the awards, and 
gave the score of the victorious 
team in the lead at that date. 

Old Man Winter failed us mis- 
erably this year for there was no 
snow until the beginning of Feb- 
ruary when we dragged out our 
skis for about a week's work-out 
before the snow left us. However, 
the tennis courts were flooded for 
skating, and one moonlit Saturday 
night, many eager beavers braved 
the cold for their favorite sport. A 
big log fire blazed on the sidelines, 
and there was singing among the 



Griffin Hockey Team 
Gargoyle Hockey Team 
Griffin Basketball Team 
Gargoyle Basketball Team 



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more advanced skaters who could 
do both at once! 

For indoor sports (of the legiti- 
mate sort) during the winter we 
had Gvm and Dance. Dance 
proved to be a bit rigorous too, 
but we were all impressed with the 
presentation of 'Peter and the 
Wolf" at the exhibition just before 
the spring holiday. 

Spring at Abbot inevitably 
means baseball, track, and more 
tennis. The hockev field is scat- 
tered with javelins and baseball 
bats every afternoon as the Gar- 
goyles and the Griffins are cheered 
on by illicit P. A. onlookers only 
slightly concealed in the near-by 
shrubberv. 

The spring Field Day was a 
success despite the fact that the 
spring term was shorter than usual 
because of the late vacation date. 
From then on to the end of the 
season, many points were added to 
the striving teams. The system 
works, and when the magnificent 
mahogany and silver shield is 
awarded, we will know that the 
spirit of our two leaders, Joyce for 
Griffins and Jo for Gargoyles, each 
backed by their teammates has 
made this another good year of 
sports at Abbot. 



Gargoyle and Griffin Tennis Teams 

Skiing 

Field Day 




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